Conley Marine Services’ Shipyard offers our clients a full service facility to include an 800 ton drydock, shipfitting/welding for steel repairs, tailshaft and rudder repairs/fabrication, pipe repairs, a full service machine shop, HVAC repairs, electrical repairs, blasting/painting, major and minor vessel modifications, barge repairs, engine removal and installation and engine alignments.
Our management and yard personnel have extensive knowledge as well as experience and we pride ourselves on providing cost effective solutions to our clients. Our management also has a strong working knowledge of Subchapter M and are able to provide timely responses to address any outstanding deficiencies identified in the survey/audit process.
Please contact us for an opportunity to perform your next job.
Maintenance Planning & Management
Downtime is costly. Unscheduled down time is exponentially more costly. Many successful organizations have embraced the concept of “Planned Maintenance” in one form or another. In fact, the U.S. Army uses a concept known as “Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services” (PMCS). An example of checks is checking oil levels, performing routine oil analysis, etc. Examples of services are timing based such as filter changes, battery inspection and verification of crankshaft end clearance, or condition based examples such as replacing zinc anodes, proper torque verification of engine mounting bolts and troubleshooting irregular sounding machinery, etc.
There will come a point where the condition of a component or system will demand that it be repaired or replaced. This is where maintenance planning becomes valuable to the bottom line. Ideally, this would happen at a convenient time for the owner/operator. By executing a Planned Maintenance schedule in advance, it becomes possible to catch a boat when it is off-contract for several days and accomplish your maintenance tasks. Additionally, scheduling multiple maintenance events at the same time will prolong the interval between required yard visits.
Planned maintenance can not only save money but also make money through higher utilization and improved customer relations.
Conley Marine has the knowledge and experience to partner with our clients, develop an effective Maintenance Plan customized for their fleets and specific to each vessel, and assist implementing this invaluable tool
Conley Marine’s staff has a wealth of knowledge related to regulatory/statutory requirements to provide vital management services for USCG COI inspections, Port State Control Inspections, Flag State (Domestic and Foreign Flag) Inspections, ABS and other IACS class surveys, Engineering requirements, Shipyard/Drydock project management and vessel reactivation surveys.
We also serve as In-Yard reps on behalf of our clients while a vessel is in the shipyards undergoing various maintenance, repairs and surveys. We will survey your vessel(s) and provide a list along with a budget to carry out the work. We have strong, long-standing relationships with many different shipyards and can offer a myriad of options to our prospective clients and their respective needs.
We offer a full array of survey services to include Subchapter M, ISM, Maintenance, USCG and Class surveys. Our surveyors have vast experience and are qualified/certified in many different areas. We are also qualified to perform internal and external audits related to Sub M requirements. We foster and maintain a positive relationship with the USCG and the TPO’s such that Conley Marine can liaise on behalf of our clients on all levels to resolve any issues.
Our staff is constantly participating in the latest training to continue their respective education for enhancement of their knowledge and capabilities.
Regulatory compliance management can be intimidating and relentless. However, here at Conley, we meet those challenges head on through our experience and strive to provide our clients with highly effective solutions to minimize any interruption in operations for their fleets.